Let's Talk About: Twitter

I never have enough to add to the conversation in a blog post, but I get a lot of commentary concerning Twitter, so I thought I’d try collating it here over time, with the added bonus of conversation if someone feels like it. :slight_smile:

The first link I’d point to is:



Add more links if you’ve got them! Post them in a reply or edit this wiki page. :slight_smile:

All I’ve got are internal diversity things

Their diversity report from 2014: https://blog.twitter.com/2014/building-a-twitter-we-can-be-proud-of

Diversity is hard: Thoughts on Diversity Part 2. Why Diversity is Difficult.

I know it’s not exactly what you were talking about, but I don’t think it’s entirely orthogonal. If they felt the pain and the hate, they wouldn’t err so hard on the “but I’m just defending free speech, that’s really sacred, blah blah blah” side of the fence, wouldn’t they?

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It is exactly what I am talking about. I may not use Twitter, but it is an excellent lab to test out how we ought to build network services in the future!